The Kim-1 I have (my father purchased new way back when) is a
pre-Commodore green MOS motherboard. It's a Rev B (!) and I believe
the serial number is 7644 (rubber stamped just below the MOS logo and
"KIM-1" silkscreen, right?). BTW, also silkscreened just below "KIM-1"
is "EC-715". Any idea what that indicates?
My father managed a group of electrical engineers back then. So he
built a nice case for the Kim-1 with power, TTY, audio, I/O connections
AND a memory expansion board. I'll have to figure out how much memory
Regarding your offer to bring your expansion card, at this point I
don't remember enough about the KIM-1 to know how to take advantage of
your card. I really need to hit the manuals. I believe I have the
complete set with charts.
I also need to decide whether I can make it to TCF!
Another thing I'll have to do is post pictures of it (once I get my
> Message: 4
> Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 12:20:16 EST
> From: billdeg@...
> Subject: Re: New to MARCH
> what you don't have in quantity you have in quality...what REV
> (revision) is
> the KIM? I have an expansion board for a newer KIM, but I am not
> sure what
> REV it's for exactly. It's blue if that helps. There are ports for
> bus and cassette and ??...Let me know if you'd like me to bring the
> I have a working REV G Kim
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